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St. Ignatius of Loyola
Spiritual Exercises

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1 Intro, Approb, 0 | was not, however, the one which is here reproduced, but 2 Intro, Approb, 0 | entirely to the text from which the translations were made.~ 3 Intro, Litera, 0 | appropriate than these, which undoubtedly have had their 4 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | reduced them to an order which is excellently adapted to 5 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | regard to the rich fruits which Ignatius and the aforesaid 6 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | and to the very great help which the said Exercises have 7 Prefa, 0, 0 | copies. It is one of these which has been chiefly employed 8 Prayer | spirit of the Exercises which Blessed Ignatius labored 9 Annot | THE SPIRITUAL EXERCISES WHICH FOLLOW, AND TO ENABLE HIM 10 Annot, 0, 0 | another the way and order in which to meditate or contemplate, 11 Annot, 0, 0 | himself, finds something which makes the events a little 12 Annot, 0, 0(2) | correcting giving or presenting, which is crossed out. ~ 13 Annot, 0, 0 | in the Illuminative Life, which corresponds to the Exercises 14 Annot, 0, 0 | much in the Purgative Life, which corresponds to those of 15 Annot, 0, 0 | Exercises or Contemplations which will be made every day, 16 Annot, 0, 0 | embrace the religious life, in which he is understood to make 17 Annot, 0, 0 | disposing it for the way in which it will be better able to 18 Annot, 0, 0 | various movements and thoughts which the different spirits put 19 Annot, 0, 0 | be given to each one by which, according to his wish to 20 Annot, 0, 0 | himself.~Let the end for which man is created be explained 21 Annot, 0, 0 | be given in the order in which they follow.~In these he 22 1, Princi, 0 | prosecuting the end for which he is created.~ 23 1, Princi, 0 | conducive for us to the end for which we are created.~ 24 1, Examen, 0 | particular sin or defect which he wants to correct and 25 1, Examen, 0 | particular thing proposed, which he wants to correct and 26 1, Examen, 0 | up to the second Examen which he will make.~ 27 1, Examen, 1 | grieving for having fallen: which can be done even in the 28 1, Examen, 1 | that the first (large) G - which follows means the Sunday: 29 1, GeneralExam, 0 | me: that is, one my own, which springs from my mere liberty 30 1, GeneralExam, 0 | and will; and two others, which come from without, one from 31 1, GeneralExam, 1 | meriting in the bad thought which comes from without, namely:~ 32 1, GeneralExam, 1 | committing a mortal sin, which thought I resist immediately 33 1, GeneralExam, 2 | By idle word I mean one which does not benefit either 34 1, GeneralExam, 2 | judgment, or of a public error which is infecting the souls with 35 1, Confession, 0 | Sacrament: the reception of which is an aid not only not to 36 1, 1Exercise, 0 | where the thing is found which I want to contemplate. I 37 1, 1Exercise, 0 | the Preparatory Prayer, which is not changed, and the 38 1, 1Exercise, 0 | Preludes already mentioned, which are sometimes changed, according 39 1, 1Exercise, 0 | memory on the First Sin, which was that of the Angels, 40 1, 1Exercise, 0 | without the original justice which they had lost, and in many 41 1, 1Exercise, 0 | the Cross, to go over that which will present itself.~The 42 1, 2Exercise, 0 | third, the occupation in which I have lived.~ 43 1, 2Exercise, 0 | foulness and the malice which any mortal sin committed 44 1, 2Exercise, 0 | as a sore and ulcer, from which have sprung so many sins 45 1, 3Exercise, 0 | dwelling on the Points in which I have felt greater consolation 46 1, 5Exercise, 0 | Prelude is the composition, which is here to see with the 47 1, 5Exercise, 0 | interior sense of the pain which the damned suffer, in order 48 1, Additions, 0 | a resume of the Exercise which I have to make.~ 49 1, Additions, 0 | second; in the Point in which I find what I want, there 50 1, Additions, 0 | look for the cause from which it proceeds, and having 51 1, Additions, 0 | giving it sensible pain, which is given by wearing haircloth 52 1, Additions, 0 | oneself with thin cords, which give pain exteriorly, rather 53 1, Additions, 0 | rather than in another way which would cause notable illness 54 1, Additions, 0 | find some grace or gift which the person wants and desires; 55 1, Additions, 0 | the pains and sufferings which Christ our Lord suffered 56 1, Additions, 0 | to settle some doubt in which the person finds himself.~ 57 1, Additions, 0 | daybreak, but not for those which will be made at other times; 58 2, TemporalKing, 1 | villages and towns through which Christ our Lord preached.~ 59 2, TemporalKing, 1(5)| hand, replacing Temples, which is crossed out. ~ 60 2, TemporalKing, 1 | second, to ask for the grace which I want: it will be here 61 2, TemporalKing, 2 | Him all the entire world, which and each one in particular 62 2, 1Day, 0 | the narrative of the thing which I have to contemplate.~Here, 63 2, 1Day, 0(7) | hand, replacing among Them, which is cancelled. ~ 64 2, 1Day, 0 | circuit of the world, in which are so many and such different 65 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | Bethlehem to pay the tribute which Caesar imposed on all those 66 2, 2Contemplat, 0(10)| hand, correcting the inn, which is crossed out. ~ 67 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | Mystery of the Contemplation which I have immediately to make, 68 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | any time I read no Mystery which I have not to make that 69 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | of all the ten Additions which were mentioned in the First 70 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | before me the contemplation which I have to make, desiring 71 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | to the place or Mystery which I am engaged in contemplating.~ 72 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | according to the Mysteries which he is contemplating; because 73 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | the time of the Exercise which I have to make, before I 74 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | summarizing a little the Exercise which I have to make, and then 75 2, Preamble, 0 | First Preamble. The example which Christ our Lord, being under 76 2, Preamble, 0 | us for the first state, - which consists in the observance 77 2, Preamble, 0 | likewise for the second, - which is that of evangelical perfection, - 78 2, 4Day, 0 | knowledge of the true life which the supreme and true Captain 79 2, 4Day, 0 | to consider the discourse which he makes them, and how he 80 2, 4Day, 0 | to consider the discourse which Christ our Lord makes to 81 2, 4Day, 0 | Father; and that on The Pairs which follows, at the hour before 82 2, SameFourth, 0 | Prelude is the narrative, which is of three pairs of men, 83 2, SameFourth, 0 | weight and hindrance to it which they have in the attachment 84 2, SameFourth, 0(13) | correction of not only, which is crossed out. The correction 85 2, SameFourth, 0 | themselves of the attachment which they have to the thing acquired, 86 2, SameFourth, 0 | the same three Colloquies which were made in the Contemplation 87 2, 5Day, 0 | or according to the note which follows after the Pairs.~ 88 2, 8Day, 0 | the Sermon on the Mount, which is on the Eight Beatitudes ( 89 2, 12Day, 0 | even omit some of those which are set down. Because this 90 2, 12Day, 0 | Jordan, taken inclusively, which is the fifth day, as is 91 2, 12Day, 0 | whether Divine or human, which binds me under mortal sin.~ 92 2, Prelude, 0 | help me for the end for which I am created, not ordering 93 2, Prelude, 0 | choose first to marry - which is a means - and secondarily 94 2, Prelude, 0 | Lord in the married life - which service of God is the end. 95 2, Prelude, 0 | wanting to serve God, - which is the end, - and secondarily, 96 2, Prelude, 0 | is more suitable to us, - which is the means for the end. 97 2, Election, 0 | necessary that everything about which we want to make an election 98 2, Election, 0 | Second: There are some things which fall under unchangeable 99 2, Election, 0 | marriage, etc. There are others which fall under an election that 100 2, Election, 0 | the unchangeable Election which has already been once made - 101 2, Election, 0 | made election of things which are under election that 102 2, 1Way, 0 | put before me the thing on which I want to make election, 103 2, 1Way, 0 | any other thing whatever which falls under an election 104 2, 1Way, 0 | keep as aim the end for which I am created, which is to 105 2, 1Way, 0 | for which I am created, which is to praise God our Lord 106 2, 1Way, 0 | disadvantages and dangers which there are in having it. 107 2, 2Way, 0 | first is that that love which moves me and makes me choose 108 2, 2Way, 0 | that love, more or less, which he has for the thing which 109 2, 2Way, 0 | which he has for the thing which he chooses, is only for 110 2, 2Way, 0 | likewise, to keep the rule which I set for the other.~ 111 2, 2Way, 0 | death, the form and measure which I would then want to have 112 2, 2Way, 0 | and to take now the rule which I would then wish to have 113 2, Amend, 0 | election about the things which fall under an election that 114 3, 1Day, 0 | to memory the narrative; which is here how Christ our Lord 115 3, 1Day, 0 | fourth, to consider that which Christ our Lord is suffering 116 3, 1Day, 0 | according to the passage which is being contemplated, and 117 3, 1Day, 0 | through the other points which follow.~ 118 3, 1Day, 0 | or rejoice at the thing which I am contemplating; in fine, 119 3, 1Day, 0 | contemplating; in fine, asking that which I more efficaciously desire 120 3, 1Day, 0 | THREE PAIRS, with the Note which follows THE PAIRS.~ 121 3, 2Day, 0 | pain at such great pain which Christ suffered for me.~ 122 3, 2Day, 0 | little the contemplation which I want to make, according 123 3, 2Day, 0 | pains of Christ our Lord, which He suffered from the moment 124 3, 2Day, 0 | Mystery of the Passion in which I find myself at present.~ 125 3, 2Day, 0 | morning, the other Mysteries which remained of the same house; 126 3, 2Day, 0 | the fourth, the discourse which Christ made to them; and 127 3, RulesOneself, 0 | because it is not a food as to which the appetite is used to 128 3, RulesOneself, 0 | act so inordinately, or to which temptation urges as in the 129 3, RulesOneself, 0 | quickly he will reach the mean which he ought to keep in his 130 3, RulesOneself, 0 | inspirations to show him the mean which is proper for him; the second, 131 3, RulesOneself, 0 | on some spiritual affair which he has to do, because, being 132 3, RulesOneself, 0 | eating as in the quantity which he eats.~ 133 3, RulesOneself, 0 | each day, the quantity which it is suitable that he should 134 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | Prelude is the narrative, which is here how, after Christ 135 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | composition, seeing the place; which will be here to see the 136 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | Points be the same usual ones which we took in the Supper of 137 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | consider how the Divinity, which seemed to hide Itself in 138 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | the office of consoling which Christ our Lord bears, and 139 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | Resurrection, in the manner which follows below, up to the 140 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | Week of the Resurrection which was taken in all the Week 141 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | same; and let the Additions which are below be the same; and 142 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | the same; and so in all which remains, he can guide himself 143 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | finds it better for him. For which it is very helpful, before 144 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | certain number the Points which he is to take.~ 145 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | before me the Contemplation which I have to make, wanting 146 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | fasting or of abstinence which the Church commands; because 147 Contem, 0, 0 | Prelude is a composition, which is here to see how I am 148 Contem, 0, 0 | much on myself in the way which is said in the first Point, 149 Contem, 0, 0 | first Point, or in another which I feel to be better. In 150 Contem, 0, 0 | will be done on each Point which follows.~ 151 Method, 1Method, 1 | think on a Commandment on which he finds he has no habit 152 Method, 2Method, 0 | Addition. The same Addition which was in the First Method 153 Method, 2Method, 0 | the greater disposition in which he finds himself and as 154 Method, 2Method, 0 | or of any other prayer which he wants to say in this 155 Method, 2Method, 0 | manner already mentioned. Which finished, he will say a 156 Method, 2Method, 0 | accustomed; and on the word which immediately follows let 157 Method, 2Method, 0 | the virtues or graces of which he feels he has most need.~ 158 Method, 3Method, 0 | FATHER, or of another prayer which is being recited: so that 159 Mister, 0, 0 | Mysteries, that all the words which are inclosed in parentheses23 160 Mister, 0, 0 | Gospel itself and not those which are outside.~And in each 161 Annunc, Visitation, 0 | womb, felt the visitation which Our Lady made. "And when 162 Annunc, Birth, 0 | multitude of the heavenly army, which said: 'Glory be to God in 163 Annunc, Circumcision, 0 | His Name was called Jesus, which was called by the Angel, 164 Annunc, Circumcision, 0 | compassion for the Blood which came from her Son.~ 165 Annunc, Temple, 0 | behooves Me to be in the things which are My Father's?'"~ 166 Annunc, Temptation, 0 | will give Thee all this which Thou seest.'"~ 167 Annunc, CallApostles, 0 | The second, the dignity to which they were so sweetly called;~ 168 Annunc, CallApostles, 0 | the gifts and graces by which they were raised above all 169 Annunc, SermonMount | OF THE SERMON WHICH CHRIST MADE ON THE MOUNT~ 170 Annunc, TempestSea, 0 | reprehends for the little faith which they had, saying to them: "' 171 Annunc, TempestSea, 0 | the sea became calm: at which the men wondered, saying: "' 172 Annunc, WalkOnSea, 0 | beaten by the waves. To which Christ came walking on the 173 Annunc, Transfigurat, 0 | voice from heaven sounded, which said: "'This is My beloved 174 Annunc, PalmSunday, 0 | He mounted upon the ass, which was covered with the garments 175 Annunc, Mysteries, 0 | sweat was as drops of blood which were running on the earth;" 176 Annunc, Mysteries, 0 | were running on the earth;" which supposes that the garments 177 Annunc, CrossII, 0(30) | correcting torn in pieces, which is crossed out. ~ 178 Annunc, 4Apparit, 0 | saw only the cloths with which the Body of Christ our Lord 179 Annunc, 12Apparit, 0(35) | Ignatius, replacing words which were apparently says the 180 Rules, Receive | THE DIFFERENT MOVEMENTS WHICH ARE CAUSED IN THE SOUL THE 181 Rules, Receive, 0 | soul is caused, through which the soul comes to be inflamed 182 Rules, Receive, 0 | charity, and all interior joy which calls and attracts to heavenly 183 Rules, Receive, 0 | the same way the thoughts which come from consolation are 184 Rules, Receive, 0 | contrary to the thoughts which come from desolation.~ 185 Rules, Receive, 0 | resolutions and determination in which one was the day preceding 186 Rules, Receive, 0 | in the determination in which he was in the preceding 187 Rules, Receive, 0 | can with the Divine help, which always remains to him, though 188 Rules, Receive, 0 | labor to be in patience, which is contrary to the vexations 189 Rules, Receive, 0 | contrary to the vexations which come to him: and let him 190 Rules, Receive, 0 | will be in the desolation which will come after, taking 191 Rules, 2Week, 0 | sadness and disturbance which the enemy brings on. Of 192 Rules, 2Week, 0 | knowledge of any object through which such consolation would come, 193 Rules, 2Week, 0 | the course of the thoughts which he brings it ends in something 194 Rules, 2Week, 0 | tranquillity and quiet, which it had before, it is a clear 195 Rules, 2Week, 0 | tail and the bad end to which he leads on, it helps the 196 Rules, 2Week, 0 | course of the good thoughts which he brought him at their 197 Rules, 2Week, 0 | spiritual sweetness and joy in which he was, so far as to bring 198 Rules, 2Week, 0 | gently, like a drop of water which enters into a sponge; and 199 Rules, 2Week, 0 | consolation from the following, in which the soul remains warm and 200 Rules, 2Week, 0 | resolutions and opinions which are not given immediately 201 Rules, Distribution, 0 | four things to see to, of which mention was made, in part, 202 Rules, Distribution, 0 | first is, that that love which moves me and makes me give 203 Rules, Distribution, 0 | the love, more or less, which I have to such persons is 204 Rules, Distribution, 0 | the ministry and condition which he has, as I would want 205 Rules, Distribution, 0 | keep the rule and measure which I should want and judge 206 Rules, Distribution, 0 | death, the form and measure which then I should want to have 207 Rules, Distribution, 0 | administration; and the rule which then I should want to have 208 Rules, Distribution, 0 | Council of Carthage, in which St. Augustine was, determines 209 Rules, Scruples, 0 | decide that that is sin which is not sin, as when it happens 210 Rules, Scruples, 0 | real scruple and temptation which the enemy sets.~ 211 Rules, Scruples, 0 | little profit to the soul which is giving itself to spiritual 212 Rules, Scruples, 0 | Note. The fifth: The soul which desires to benefit itself 213 Rules, Scruples, 0 | understanding of our Superiors, and which should be for the glory 214 Rules, TrueSentimen | HAVE THE TRUE SENTIMENT WHICH WE OUGHT TO HAVE IN THE 215 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0 | Spouse of Christ our Lord, which is our holy Mother the Church 216 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0 | vow is about the things which approach to Evangelical 217 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0 | to be made in the things which withdraw from it, such as 218 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0 | always to hold that the white which I see, is black, if the 219 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0 | there is the same Spirit which governs and directs us for 220 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0 | become negligent in the works which lead to the salvation and 221 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0 | easily comes to filial fear, which is all acceptable and grateful


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